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DIP: Drive, Initiative, and Push, with Carter Wade

A Brave New Podcast

Release Date: 06/02/2021

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Carter Wade is an enthusiastic senior leader and client advocate at Veritus Group, with over 30 years of experience serving non-profit organizations in strategic planning, direct response marketing, and fundraising. He has developed and managed highly successful campaigns for a wide range of national and regional clients throughout the United States and clearly understands the importance of caring for and nurturing relationships with mid and major donors.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Why Carter uses the "DIP" (drive, initiative, and push) philosophy to drive his success
  • The important lessons Carter learned over his 30+ year career, how he developed his leadership style, and how to trust employees to rise to their roles
  • How believing in and empowering the people around you is a crucial key to instilling a sense of ownership
  • What tips Carter has to offer for delighting and surprising clients, and why robust client service requires intentionally focusing on being remarkable
  • Why our "personal preferences" often cause us to be blind to the facts, and why we must learn to set those personal preferences aside
  • What strategies Carter recommends for anyone struggling to better manage their time, and why owning and blocking your calendar is crucial
  • Why "meeting creep" is a real danger that can unnecessarily eat into your time and your productivity

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